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LineageOS, OmniROM builds patched to protect from Krack Attacks

We recently wrote about a new vulnerability in the WiFi security protocols – it’s being called “Krack Attacks” – and it basically hijacks a vulnerable network by creating a rogue copy of it, and
2018 Audi S5 Review: Let’s roleplay “sexy architect”

2018 Audi S5 Review: Let’s roleplay “sexy architect”

“Well,” I said, filling for time as I racked my brain for a negative, “sometimes the little arm that holds out your seatbelt doesn’t grab it properly. Then you have to reach back.” If that sounds like
VW teases EV racer for next year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

VW teases EV racer for next year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

VW has announced that it has a new electric racing car that will be running the 2018 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. VW is building the car with the specific goal of setting a record for the
Pixel 2 teardown discovers the hardware behind Active Edge

Pixel 2 teardown discovers the hardware behind Active Edge

With the Pixel 2 now available around the US, there’s no better time for the arrival of iFixit’s teardown. As it does with all flagship phone releases, iFixit has cracked open the Pixel 2, giving us a

Android apps that are temporarily free

Whenever an app that you’ve always wanted to have that costs a bit of actual money suddenly becomes temporarily free, you would, of course, want to get on that ASAP. Or if you’re the kind of person
PS4 mini wired controllers coming to the US, parents concerned

PS4 mini wired controllers coming to the US, parents concerned

Last week, Sony revealed three new officially licensed PlayStation 4 controllers made by popular third party manufacturers. All of them were wired, but one in particular proved to be particularly
Moto X4 Review : Android One champions the midrange for Project Fi

Moto X4 Review : Android One champions the midrange for Project Fi

The Android One Moto X4 bears Google’s flag in a release that spans several companies. One version of this device is set to be released unlocked through Motorola, while another was announced to come

Nokia 7 breaks cover with Bothies, 6GB RAM, and SD630 chipset

Way back in January, we heard the rumor that Nokia will release about six or seven smartphones this year. We’ve already seen the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and Nokia 8 powered with Android. There’s
Samsung adopts Google ARCore instead of rolling out its own

Samsung adopts Google ARCore instead of rolling out its own

While perhaps the world’s largest Android vendor, Samsung is not exactly known for playing by Google’s rules. For a time, its TouchWiz skin made its phones almost like their own distinct breed. It has
First floating wind farm in the world starts production in Scotland

First floating wind farm in the world starts production in Scotland

The world’s first floating wind farm started construction back in 2015 off the shore of Scotland. Two years later the plant is now starting production and is the first floating wind farm in the world

Moto X4 now an Amazon Prime Exclusive phone offering

The latest smartphone to be added to Amazon’s Prime Exclusive lineup is the Moto X4 by Motorola. The same Android One phone that’s already delayed on Project Fi because of production issues is now
Toyota “Fine-Comfort Ride” concept vehicle is a hydrogen-powered EV

Toyota “Fine-Comfort Ride” concept vehicle is a hydrogen-powered EV

Toyota has unveiled a new concept car that it sees as the future of the premium saloon. The car is called the Fine-Comfort Ride concept and it is a fuel cell vehicle that runs on electricity created
Moto X4 comes to the US with ads via Amazon Prime Exclusive

Moto X4 comes to the US with ads via Amazon Prime Exclusive

The Moto X4 is one odd smartphone. Coming from Motorola’s former premium line, the Moto X4 has been reduced a somewhat mid-range smartphone. It has been made interesting by the fact that it is one of

Bixby 2.0 officially announced by Samsung as a smarter assistant

We heard it right: Bixby has a new version. Bixby 2.0 was just introduced by a company executive at the Samsung Developer Conference held in San Francisco. The SDC 2017 was the launching pad of this
Pixel 2 XL may get a color-improving update

Pixel 2 XL may get a color-improving update

There is very difference between the Pixel 2 and the larger Pixel 2 XL, but where they do differ, the difference is nearly staggering. Size is one and battery is another. But the most telling

Pixel 2 on Verizon: Here’s how to get one

The new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are nearly the perfect smartphones for the Android faithful, but fans bemoan its exclusivity to a single carrier only. If, however, you happen to already be a Verizon
LG V30 fingerprint scanner fails when heavily scratched

LG V30 fingerprint scanner fails when heavily scratched

JerryRigEverything is back and he’s got his own LG V30 in his hands. The last time Zack Nelson was seen with the smartphone was when LG flew him over for a sponsored teardown and look into the V30’s
Philips Hue bulbs can now be controlled via Vivint Smart Home

Philips Hue bulbs can now be controlled via Vivint Smart Home

Smart home and connected appliances might be the in thing these days, but before they all jumped on the bandwagon, Philips was already paving the way. The Philips Hue has been one of the earliest
HTC U11 Plus is shaping up to be a stunning champion

HTC U11 Plus is shaping up to be a stunning champion

There’s little doubt about it, HTC, at least is mobile business, is on a downhill trajectory. While it retains control of its own smartphone business, it has sold off a huge chunk of it to Google. As
Nokia 7 brings Bothies to the mid-range

Nokia 7 brings Bothies to the mid-range

The selfie craze has mostly boiled over. And by that, we mean that it has become less of a craze and more a begrudgingly accepted fact of life. Nokia, however, totally missed that boat so it’s doing